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11-22-2008 @ 2:36PM
A friend of mine has been working on taming this pet since she was high enough level to do so. She and another friend /finally/ lucked out and had a chance to start taming him... only to have a group show up and demand gold else they'd kill the beast. The cat ended up dead, and as they're same-faction there's not a thing my friend could do to stop it. She did send in a ticket about the griefing, but the GMs could do nothing about the direct loss of the opportunity and essentially wished her luck finding the next spawn.Maybe the big names in hunterdom should petition for some sort of immunity for the animal during taming, or the ability to heal a beast in the midst of taming?
11-22-2008 @ 8:52PM
Yeah that would be really nice.
11-26-2008 @ 5:21PM
YES I AGREE WITH YOU!! because its irritating defiantly if you find yourself taming something you've looked for, for a while and a noob who just started playing see's you not hurting it and then goes up and kills it that's almost as irritating as finding the spirit beast and have someone demand gold to not kill it.... (almost i think the gold one is even more frustating)
12-04-2008 @ 9:40AM
Thats horrible... You take your time to find him, then some a-hole's come along and do that.... I swear parents need to get there 9 year olds off the computer. I'm sorry to hear that. I looked for hours and hours and found him, i can't imagine if someone came along and did that to me... Just make sure she doesn't give up. She'll find him.
12-04-2008 @ 12:40PM
She did eventually get him, and the twits who did the hijacking were added to our guild's blacklist. My friend can be rather determined when set on a goal. :>
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